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Motorcycle Gearing Spreadsheet

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Here are some Gear Ratios for the current Yamahas...I ll try to add to this list for other years. FYI...the Primary Ratio is the crank to clutch and the secondary ratio is the sprockets. 2004-7 R1 Ratios Primary 1.512 Secondary 2.647 1st 2.533 2nd 2.063 3rd 1.762 4th 1.522 5th 1.364 6th 1.269 2006-7 R6 Primary 2.0731 Secondary 2.8125 1st 2.583 2nd 2 3rd 1.667 4th 1.444 5th 1.286 6th 1.15

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